Reported via mobile in the Hedge/Tree Maintenance category anonymously at 07:01, Wednesday 22 June 2022
Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later.
Council ref: 3614182.
I have concerns that the Willow tree is unsafe. The council have previously provided minimal trimming of peripheral branches, which have only encouraged more growth of large, main branches. The Willow tree now leans heavily towards the house with large branches overhanging the garden. Please can you confirm to the owners of number 45 that this tree is safe for general public and unlikely to fall onto cars and the property. It is also notable that loose branches regularly fall onto the garden, it creates shades and causes damage to the lawn and flower beds. This was reported in April The report's reference number is 3459398. It continues to be unresolved. It is noted that the council cut back a willow tree on a different island in Ashworth Park which was not causing a problem, leaving concerns that was the wrong tree attended to.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 07:01, Wednesday 22 June 2022
Still open, via questionnaire, 08:08, Wednesday 20 July 2022
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